Gregg Anderson Academy
Gregg Anderson Academy opened August 9, 2012. The school is part of the Westside Union School District located in the northern section of Los Angeles County, specifically the Antelope Valley. The school serves K-6 education students both in general and special education. Gregg Anderson Academy is a school of choice. Students selected to attend the school were chosen through a lottery. Uniforms are mandatory. All classrooms have state of the art technology with a Smartboard in every classroom. Gregg Anderson Academy is the home of the Aviators, where students soar to new heights. Our mission is to create an environment that ensures successful learning for all students through utilization of STEM and AVID strategies. With these strategies we encourage our students to be innovators, inventors, logical thinkers, and problem solvers. Our students will become contributors to their community, now, and in the future.
Senator Wilk Visits Our School
The Parents Rights & Responsibilities for 2017-18 can be viewed by selecting the link below.
The 2017-2018 calendar and the 2018-2019 calendar are now available. Please review the dates to familiarize yourself with the calendar. If you have any questions, please contact your child's school office.
Senator Wilk had a very successful visit to one of our fourth grade classes. He spent time answering every question that the students had for him. The students were excited to meet the senator and to have this opportunity. Senator Wilk answered questions about how a bill becomes a law and the responsibilities of a Senator. We, at Gregg Anderson Academy, are very appreciative of the Senator for taking the time to meet with our students.
Did you know that our school has hundreds and hundreds of books available for for the students to use in an E-book format? Please visit our Academics page for more information.
GAA will be celebrating Read Across America Day on March 2. We look forward to all of the volunteer readers who will be sharing some wonderful books with our students.